White God

When young Lili is forced to give up her beloved dog Hagen, because it';s mixed-breed heritage is deemed ';unfit'; by The State, she and the dog begin a dangerous journey back towards each other. An abandoned dog eventually joins a canine revolt against their human abusers.  
Duration: 100 min
Quality: SD
Release: 2015
IMDb: 6.9
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The Film Stage
February 25, 2016 Mundruczó's focus is clearly going to the admittedly impressive execution, but White God lacks the narrative weight to leave an impact.
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SF Weekly
January 01, 2016 Reads as a stylized conceit, undercut by too many little moments when performances, from human and canine alike, don't truthfully express what the movie says they do.
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Arizona Republic
April 24, 2015 What it all means is open to interpretation. Read it as a parable or as a horror movie. Read it as the story of love between a girl and her dog. Read it however you want. No matter what your take, you won't be disappointed.
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Missoula Independent
March 30, 2017 An astounding, crushing film.
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Boston Globe
April 09, 2015 Think "The Incredible Journey" crossed with "The Birds" crossed with "Rise of the Planet of the Apes." Or maybe just imagine "Cujo" as told from the dog's point of view. Don't take grandma.
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Laramie Movie Scope
January 05, 2016 This unique Hungarian fable about racism and immigration is told from the point of view of dogs and children.
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Philadelphia Inquirer
April 10, 2015 White God offers a dark - very dark - take on the way humans exert authority, and superiority, over our fellow creatures.
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Seattle Times
April 09, 2015 A mixed-genre fable that evokes Dickensian melodrama, coming-of-age tropes and outright horror.
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The Arts Desk
January 02, 2016 Although bold and intermittently gripping, the end result smacks of overreaching.
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Bangkok Post
May 10, 2016 Through Hagen's journey into the pit of madness, this strange film, directed by Kornél Mundruczó, becomes a thriller, a parable, as well as a tough critique of the way men assume superiority over nature.
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